Wholesale might better be titled "No Sale" for me. While my next-door neighbor Danielle -- a long-time artist at the show-- did gangbuster work on wholesaling her work (wonderful, whimsical felt pins, scarves and outrageous necklaces), I sat or stood, smiling, chatting, and NOT getting a single wholesale order. This was not entirely unexpected; it WAS boring, however.
Some contacts WERE made with stores that carry Judaica (so I better get off my bottom and finish up the two other parts of the line!) Once I get them photoed, I'll get pictures to the folk who were excited about it and, perhaps, just perhaps, they'll place orders for the three items I've got planned. One is a reality; the others are a-comin'.
What made the day good? Well, first and foremost, many of my fellow artists! What talented, generous and warm people. And so many of like mind, politically, socially, intellectually. It's a joy, and a wonderful change for solo work at home with the cats for companionship. (I love them, but great conversationalists they are NOT! LOL)
Fingers crossed for retail days beginning tomorrow!!!
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